[SOLVED] High package temp

nostall

Splendid
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Might want to give HWInfo64 a try for monitoring; AMD has told me in the past that it is more accurate then any of the others with their cpus.
Also, the AMD website lists 95 C as a max temperature and you are below that. (Note in your second screen shot it only shows 59C). Did you ever run your PC with the Wraith Spire (stock) cooler? They are said to be very good and my wife's keeps here CPU (a 125watt unit) in the low 60'swhen gaming.
Last thing to look at: is your 'Freezer' cooler really securely mounted on your cpu. You might have to pull it off, clean it up (it and the top of the cpu with 99% isopropyl alcohol) and reapply new thermal paste.
 

nostall

Splendid
Moderator
Might want to give HWInfo64 a try for monitoring; AMD has told me in the past that it is more accurate then any of the others with their cpus.
Also, the AMD website lists 95 C as a max temperature and you are below that. (Note in your second screen shot it only shows 59C). Did you ever run your PC with the Wraith Spire (stock) cooler? They are said to be very good and my wife's keeps here CPU (a 125watt unit) in the low 60'swhen gaming.
Last thing to look at: is your 'Freezer' cooler really securely mounted on your cpu. You might have to pull it off, clean it up (it and the top of the cpu with 99% isopropyl alcohol) and reapply new thermal paste.
 

nostall

Splendid
Moderator
O.k. Then check to see if it is mounted securely; might even be worth taking off, as suggested, cleaning it and replacing the thermal paste (TIM) and remounting.
Did you try HWInfo64 and if so did you get different or similar readings?
 
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